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- Bot'nNov 08, 2013
Tittle is incorrect - The correct name is actually "Casa Botin"
Excellent cuisine traditional spanish cuisine - my favorite dish is "Calamares en su Tinta"
See below for restaurant's contact information:
Web: +34 913664217
Phone: +34 913663026
Fax: +34 913668494
- Bot'nOct 24, 2013
Average cost of a main dish at Botin: 18 euros.
Telling your friends you've eaten at the oldest restaurant in the world: priceless
If you like meat (and you'll be eating a lot of it in Madrid, where jambon is doled out like butter), try the roast suckling pig, one of the restaurant's specialties. Their interior has a nice tavern feel, though it's also a little touristy.Recommended for
- Bot'nSep 12, 2013
the oldest restaurant in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records, was established in 1725, when the house's wooden stove was manufactured. The first owner was a Frenchman, Jean Botin, who came to the city with his Asturian wife hoping to work for a nobleman and ended up opening his own inn.
- Bot'nMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jan 30, 2013
nice experience. very traditional, slightly outdated and a bit overpriced food.
go and tell your friends you have been to the oldest restaurent in the world, and while you are at it, make sure to dine in the basement and check out the wine cellar.
- Bot'nJul 05, 2012
The main reason for my four star review is the fact that this place is such an institution. Eating in the oldest restaurant in the world is just something you have to do if you're in Madrid!
Also, the service is wonderful. Everyone that works there seems so excited to show you how cool the place is.
- Bot'nJul 05, 2012
I can only say I liked visiting Botin because I didn't get a chance to eat there. Although I'm usually squeamish about seeing the head on a fish, I left quite curious about the suckling pig because the Spanish do amazing things with pork. Next time, I'll eat here because it was a Hemingway haunt, and it's the oldest restaurant in the world (opened in 1725).
Address:Cuchilleros, 17, Madrid 28005 Spain
Total Reviews:17 Reviews
Open Hours:Lunch: 1pm-4pm daily; Dinner: 9pm-midnight daily
Phone:+1 34 91 3664217